Lighting Your Way Podcast
This week, Hip-Hop Artist and Stetsasonic Drummer Bobby Simmons talks about being hospitalized for diverticulitis surgery and how Guardian Nurse Michelle Agnese helped him recover.
This week, we talk to the amazing Colleen Quinn, a New Jersey mom who worked to get a Seizure Safe Schools law passed in her state when her son Paul was diagnosed with Epilepsy.
This week, Betty talks to two nursing colleagues about the confusion surrounding palliative care, a valuable and life-enhancing service not synonymous with hospice care.
Season 5 starts with a cautionary tale about how getting a second opinion saved a man from getting an unnecessary procedure from an ethically questionable doctor.
For our final episode of season four, we talk to clinical psychologist Dr. Susan Hunt about strategies to get through the holidays — which can be a stressful time for many of us.
When healthcare systems break down, the consequences can be catastrophic. This week Betty speaks to Renee Pedro, a cancer patient who was taken to the ER by ambulance and left to sit for two days. Sadly, her experience is not unique.
Betty and Jeneane Fitzmaurice, RN, BSN, talk about healthy strategies for people with diabetes during the sugar-filled holiday season. Good advice for everyone hoping for a healthier holiday!
What happens when your health insurance denies a claim? Can you fight back? Yes (!) say Guardian Nurses Monica Nash, RN, BSN and Lori Rivkin, RN, BSN in this week’s podcast.
What’s shingles? Who is likely to get it? Who should get the vaccine? This week, Betty talks to Briana Coughlin, PharmD., to learn all about it.
When Tiffany Sutphin was given three months to live, she contacted Guardian Nurse Andy Votendahl, RN, BSN, for help finding a hospice. Nurse Andy looked at her case and refused — helping to save Tiffany’s life as she supported her in her journey back to health.
This week, Betty speaks with Julie Chandler, owner of London Town Tours about her Florence Nightingale walking tour in London. Also find out what The Great Stink was!
This week, Betty speaks with two nurses who have both professional and personal experience with respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV, which is in the news because U.S. children’s hospitals are overwhelmed with cases. Nurses Walker LeFleur and Bianca Pollart, who specializes in pediatrics, are both parents of young children.